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CASTE SYSTEM AND SOCIAL MOBILITY
THE RESPONDENTS AND THEIR SOCIAL
SOCIAL MOBILITY s A MULTI
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33 Lower Division Ahatas analysed Balmiki behaviour of reference cadres of jobs caste and class caste background caste hierarchy caste identity caste system Chamar changes Chapter class and caste class status class structure contra-identification correlation degree of social Dhanuk Dhobi dimensions directions of social disclose their caste earlier economic employed emulation ethnocentric extent families of procreation fathers group behaviour higher Hindu improved income India interaction job cadres Kanpur city Khatik Kori large majority low socio-economic status Lower Division Clerk Lower Technical Staff M. N. Srinivas measured mentioned middle class mobile scheduled castes mobility scores multiple status hierarchy Nagar Non-Sweeper Class occupations parental families Pasi perceived position protective discrimination reference individuals residential background respondents belonging ritual social background social mobility social power social status socio-economic status status anxiety status identification status in caste Sweeper Class tion Total types untouchables Upper Division Clerk upward upwardly mobile variables various weightages